Posted in Education Environment Pensacola

Andrade town hall: Laws, Learning and Sewage

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Three of the region’s elected officials held court in Escambia High School’s library Tuesday evening for the Westside Town Hall. During…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

Presser: Water bottles and drive-bys

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly There was considerable ground to cover Monday morning during his weekly press conference, but first Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson needed a…

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What will happen to Pensacola’s Climate Change report?

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Last year, the city of Pensacola’s Climate Mitigation and Adaptation Task Force delivered a report outlining various efforts that could be…

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Posted in Environment Politics

Kids on Climate Change

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Friday afternoon, in downtown Pensacola’s Plaza Ferdinand, local youth will gather to raise awareness about the issue of climate change. The…

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Report: Offshore Drilling ‘Still Dirty and Dangerous’

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Environmental organization Oceana released a report on Wednesday that the group says finds offshore oil drilling to be a precarious proposition….

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Posted in Environment Escambia County

County to receive $16 million in NRDA funds

The Florida Trustee Implementation Group approved its Final Restoration Plan 1, which selects 23 projects at a total estimated cost of $61 million. The final plan is consistent with…

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Subra details environmental health concerns

By Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly Environmental scientist and watchdog Wilma Subra is fairly familiar with Escambia County. More specifically, she’s familiar with some of the area’s…

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Wedgewood continues to battle pollution

By Duwayne Escobedo, Inweekly reporter LaFanette Soles-Wood demanded the cleanup of contamination from the Rolling Hills C&D Recycling site continue. The Wedgewood native blames the…

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Reflections on Carpenter’s Creek

by Jeremy Morrison, Inweekly –Ora Wills paints a vivid picture of living near Carpenter’s Creek before that area of Pensacola was developed into the landscape…

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